Organisers

Organisers

Organising committee

  1. Prof. dr. Andrius Macas,
    Scientific Advisor of the Organising Committee
  2. Augustina PetrulytėChairwoman of the Organising Committee
    augustinapet@gmail.com

  3. Justinas BalčiūnasCommunication 
    justbalciunas@gmail.com
  4. Agnė Bubilaitė, Sessions
    agne.bubilaite@gmail.com
  5. Mindaugas ButkusTimetable, volunteers
    butkus.mind@gmail.com
  6. Gabrielius DailidėTimetable, registration
    gabrieliusdail@gmail.com
  7. Simona DedurkevičiūtėSessions
    desimona524@gmail.com
  8. Artūras JacinavičiusPlenary session
    arturasjac@gmail.com
  9. Urtė JucevičiūtėAccomodation, volunteers
    urtejuceviciute@gmail.com
  10. Greta Kaluinaitė, Sessions, volunteers
    greta.kaluinaite@gmail.com
  11. Laura KapitanovaitėFinance, sessions
    kapitanovaite.laura@gmail.com
  12. Kamilė KrauledaitėAdvertising, closing event
    kamile.krauledaite@gmail.com
  13. Ričardas Kundelis, Keynote speaker
    ricardas.kundelis@gmail.com
  14. Viktorija MejeryteSponsors, sessions
    mejeryteviktorija@gmail.com
  15. Elvinas MonstavičiusAbstract book
    elvinas.monstavicius@smd.lt;
  16. Austėja Rimkutė, Prizes
    rimkuteausteja3@gmail.com
  17. Laura SakalauskaitėWorkshops, closing event
    sakalauskaitte@gmail.com
  18. Gerardas SokolovasPurchasing and supply
    gerardas.sokolovas@gmail.com
  19. Mindaugas StonisTimetable, opening speaker
    mindaugas.stonis@gmail.com
  20. Eligija TeleišytėPrizes
    eligijate@gmail.com
  21. Dovydas Verikas, Media, information, Facebook
    dovydasver@gmail.com
  22. Austėja Emilija Žiūraitė, Media
    austeja.ziuraite@gmail.com
Students’ Scientific Society of Lithuanian University of Health Sciences is an organisation that brings together almost 1,400 students and young researchers seeking knowledge and discoveries in biomedical field. The Students’ Scientific Society was founded on November 26, 1947, when the aspiring researchers at Kaunas University of Medicine unanimously voted for the establishment of a scientific society. Becoming a member, doing research, attending meetings of various groups and public seminars organised by the University is open to all university students.

The Students’ Scientific Society is currently comprised of 47 different sections of biomedical sciences, whose members organise meetings, practical workshops, tours to clinical departments and invite healthcare professionals to read lectures. During their university years, many currently eminent doctors and lecturers have participated in the conferences organised by the Students’ Scientific Society to present their research, compete for an award for best thesis and exchange ideas.

The Students’ Scientific Society activities are spread in various fields of science, ranging from seminars about basic steps of a scientific work to multidiscipline monothematic conferences and other events where students can participate and prepare or present their work in the field of biomedical sciences.

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